The Busline League soccer seasons have come to a close, with Oct. 7 being the final playable day for boys, girls and coed squads. The cross-country regular season also has run its course with the championship runoff on the horizon.

The league’s final soccer standings have been released, along with quarterfinal playoff pairings and game sites. Quarterfinal playoff games will be Friday and Saturday, Oct. 8-9 with playoffs running through next week, culminating with the championships on Saturday, Oct. 16 at Wasgatt Field in Rockland.

The coed championship will be at 10 a.m., the girls at noon and the boys at 2 p.m. on Oct. 16.

The following are the final standings for boys, girls and coed soccer:

North Division boys: Thomaston Grammar School 9-1, Camden-Rockport Middle School 8-2, Medomak Middle School of Waldoboro 5-3-1, Rockland District Middle School 4-5-1, Searsport District Middle School 2-7 and Troy Howard Middle School of Belfast 0-10.

South Division boys: Jefferson 6-1-1, Wiscasset 6-1-1, Woolwich 4-2-2, Richmond 2-5 and Great Salt Bay of Damariscotta 0-8.

North Division girls: Camden-Rockport 9-0-1, Troy Howard 6-3-1, Searsport 6-4, Medomak 4-4-2, Rockland 1-8-1 and Thomaston 1-8-1.

South Division girls: Richmond 8-1-1, Great Salt Bay 6-2-2, Wiscasset 6-2-2, Jefferson 5-4-1, Woolwich 2-8 and Boothbay 0-10.

North Division coed: Lincolnville Central School 9-0-1, Hope Elementary School 8-1-1, St. George Elementary School 6-3, Appleton Village School 2-5, Camden-Rockport Middle School White and 1-6 and Vinalhaven School 0-8.

South Division coed: Bristol 5-0, South Bristol 3-1-1, Nobleboro 1-5 and Camden-Rockport Red 0-4-1.

The North Division boys quarterfinal playoffs will be Saturday, Oct. 9, with No. 6 Troy Howard at No. 3 Medomak at 10 a.m. and No. 5 Searsport at No. 4 Rockland at 10 a.m. No. 1 Thomaston and No. 2 Camden-Rockport receive byes into the next round.

The Clippers will face the winner of the Nos. 4-5 matchup between the Eagles and Vikings on Tuesday, Oct. 12, with the winner of that game moving to the North Division championship on Thursday, Oct. 14. The Schooners will face the winner of the Nos. 3-6 matchup between the Riverhawks and the Lions on Tuesday, Oct. 12, with the winner of that game also moving on to the North Division final.

The winner of the North Division will face the survivor of the South Division for the overall league title on Saturday, Oct. 16 at 2 p.m. at Wasgatt Field in Rockland.

The South Division boys quarterfinal playoffs will be Friday, Oct. 8, with No. 5 GSB at No. 4 Richmond, while the top three teams receive byes to the next round. In the second round, the No. 5 GSB-No. 4 Richmond winner will be at No. 1 Jefferson and No. 2 Wiscasset will host No. 3 Woolwich. The two survivors are scheduled to me for the South Division title on Thursday, Oct. 14. That winner will play the North Division titlist in the league final Oct. 16.

The North Division quarterfinal playoffs will be Saturday, Oct. 9 with No. 6 Thomaston Grammar School at No. 3 Searsport at 10 a.m. and No. 5 Rockland at No. 4 Medomak Middle School at noon. No. 1 Camden-Rockport and No. 2 Troy Howard will receive byes to the next round.

The Schooners will face the winner of the Nos. 4-5 matchup between the Riverhawks and Eagles on Tuesday, Oct. 12, with the winner of that game moving to the North Division championships on Thursday, Oct. 14. The Lions will face the winner of the Nos. 3-6 matchup between the Vikings and Clippers, with the winner of that game also moving on to the North Division final. The winner of the North Division championship will advance to face the South Division champion on Saturday, Oct. 16 at noon at Wasgatt Field in Rockland.

For the South Division girls, the quarterfinals will be Saturday, Oct. 9, with No. 6 Boothbay at No. 3 Wiscasset and No. 5 Woolwich at No. 4 Jefferson. No. 1 Richmond and No. 2 Great Salt Bay receive first-round byes.

In the next round on Tuesday, Oct. 12, No. 1 Richmond will host the Nos. 4-5 winner and No. 2 GSB will host the Nos. 6-3 winner. The two survivors will meet for the South Division crown on Thursday, Oct. 14. The winner of that game will play the North Division champ for the overall league crown on Saturday, Oct. 16 at noon in Rockland.

The North Division coed playoffs are Friday and Saturday, Oct. 8-9, with No. 6 Vinalhaven at No. 3 St. George on Saturday, Oct. 9 at 11 a.m. and No. 4 Appleton Village School hosting No. 5 Camden-Rockport White on Friday, Oct. 8 at 3:45 p.m. No. 1 Lincolnville and No. 2 Hope receive byes into the next round.

The Lynx will face the winner of the Nos. 4-5 matchup between the Wildcats and Schooners on Tuesday, Oct. 12, with the winner of that game moving to the North Division championship on Thursday, Oct. 14. The Hawks will face the winner of the Nos. 3-6 matchup between the Dragons and the Vikings on Tuesday, Oct. 12, with the winner of that game also moving to Thursday’s North Division final. The winner of the North Division championship will face the South Division titlist on Saturday, Oct 16 at 10 a.m. at Wasgatt Field in Rockland.

The South Division will not have quarterfinals, but begin with the semifinals on Tuesday, Oct. 12, as No. 1 Bristol hosts No. 4 Camden-Rockport Red and No. 2 South Bristol hosts No. 3 Nobleboro, The two winners will meet Thursday, Oct. 14 and the survivor will play the North Division titlist for the overal league crown on Saturday, Oct. 16 at 10 a.m. in Rockland.

The following is a recap of reported results from recent games games:

Boys soccer

At Thomaston Oct. 7, Thomaston defeated Troy Howard 5-0, as Eli Thorbjornson had two goals and an assist. R.J Hall added a goal and an assist and Caleb Jacob and Walker Ranney each had a goal. Andrew King collected two assists. Sloane Smith and Griffin Lombardo combined for the shutout in goal. Information for the Lions was unavailable.

At Searsport Oct. 7, Camden-Rockport’s long trip to Searsport paid off for the Schooners as they won 3-2. Kienan Brown scored twice for CRMS and Nick Walker scored once. Schooner coach Martin Rogers highlighted Jack Gallagher and Liam Coyle who “both put in man of the match performances for the work rate and team play,” he said.

Searsport netted the first goal of the game. CRMS responded 10 minutes before halftime as Brown kicked in his first goal. The Schooners started off strong in the second half with Walker’s score, thanks to an assist from Brown. Brown then netted his second goal before Searsport converted a penalty kick to make the final score 3-2 to Camden.

At Thomaston Oct. 5, Thomaston defeated Medomak  4-1. Travis Frye and Kaleb Robinson both had a goal and an assist in the victory for the Clippers, while Caleb Jacob and Andrew King each added goals in the win. R.J. Hall and Eli Thorbjornson also contributed assists for TGS.

At Belfast Oct. 5, Camden-Rockport beat Troy Howard 3-1. Matt Crockett, Jack Gallagher, and Quinn Holt each scored for the Schooners, while Liam Coyle and Isaac Salas each had an assist. Adam Throne and Alex Forcillo played in goal for Troy Howard.

CRMS started by scoring two goals in the first 15 minutes thanks to Crockett and Gallagher, with Coyle’s assist.Troy Howard then scored an unstoppable 30-yard goal prior to halftime to give CRMS a 2-1 lead. Then with seconds to go, Holt converted a Salas cross for the game’s final tally.

At Rockland Oct. 4, visiting CRMS defeated Rockland 4-3. Nick Walker scored two goals for CRMS and Field Leonard and Nick Tassoni netted one each.

Rockland scored two goals in the first 10 minutes until Leonard scored to bring the score to 2-1. RDMS returned the favor and scored again, to make the game 3-1. Walker then added a first-half goal to cut the deficit to 3-2, while both Tassoni and Walker creased the net in the second half to help the Schooners pull out the win.

At Searsport Sept. 27, Thomaston had a superb effort from Andrew King, which helped the Clippers pull out a 7-1 victory over the host Vikings. King booted in four goals for TGS, while Brian Haskell and R.J. Hall each added a goal and an assist in the win. Dylan Gamage also creased the net for the Clippers, while Walker Ranney and Sloane Smith each played in goal for the visitors.

At Camden Sept. 30, Camden-Rockport earned a 2-1 overtime victory over Thomaston. Kienan Brown scored twice for the Schooners, while Adam Thorne made 12 saves for CRMS.

The Schooners got off to a good start with Brown’s first goal, but the Clippers responded with one of their own before halftime. The game went scoreless in the second half before Brown converted a pass from teammate Nick Walker off his chest and into the net to give the hosts the victory.

Girls soccer

At Thomaston Oct. 7, visiting Troy Howard pulled out a 5-0 victory over host Thomaston. Mariah Sturgis netted a pair of goals for the Lions, while Alexis Racioppi, Kasey Mcleod and Mikayla Artkop also creased the net for the winners.

At Thomaston Oct. 5, Thomaston earned a 3-1 victory over visiting Medomak. Lexi Genthner scored the lone goal for the Riverhawks on an assist by Molly Clevette, while Jasmin Ramos and Olivia Ryan played in goal for MMS.

At Waldoboro Sept. 30, Troy Howard pulled out a 3-2 victory over Medomak. Genthner scored twice for MMS, off assists from Hannah Watmough and Maggie Cox. Olivia Ryan and Cox shared time in goal for the Riverhawks.

Coed soccer

At Camden Oct. 5, St. George defeated CRMS 3-0. For the Dragons, Zack Bernard scored the lone goal in the first half off of a corner kick and Cadden Lavoie and Philip Atwood scored in the second half. Matthew Ansart, Atwood and Lavoie spent time in the net for the Dragons.

At St. George Sept. 27, the host Dragons blanked visiting Appleton 5-0. Philip Atwood had a pair of goals for the hosts, while Paige Tyler, Austin Jurkowski and Lily Vachon also had goals in the victory. Cadden Lavoie and Matthew Ansart each played a half in net for the Dragons.

Cross country

At Rockport Oct. 7, Camden-Rockport, Lincolnville, Richmond and Rockland gathered at Camden Hills Regional High School to compete in one of the final meets of the season.

Under spurts of rain, mixing clouds and sunshine, the runners raced their 2.25 miles to the finish.

In the girls race, Jacqueline Russell of Camden-Rockport continued her undefeated dominance of the Busline League, winning with a time of 15:12.

Eagle Riley Simmons took second place after a battle with Sam Morse of Camden Rockport. Simmons finished in 15:52, one second ahead of Morse.

Girls team scores were: Camden-Rockport 20, Lincolnville 65, Rockland 69 and Richmond 88.

Ben Winchenbach of Camden-Rockport, Travis Robbins of Richmond and Simon Lydon of Lincolnville all matched up for a boys race showdown. By the end of the race, Winchenbach triumphed with a time of 14:01. Robbins edged Lydon by five seconds and captured second place.

Camden-Rockport finished first, Lincolnville second with Rockland third. Richmond did not qualify for a team score as it only had two runners.

Complete results from the meet will be added if they become available.

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